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Anthony Jaramillo: Cultural Myths and Christianity?

Anthony Jaramillo: Cultural Myths and Christianity?    I must preface this short article by mentioning that the following text is a collection of brainstorming ideas and assumptions from my current limited knowledge that I have yet to fully research. The conclusions drawn from these assumptions are far from being set in stone and will most […]

Douglas Campbell Interview

Douglas Campbell Interview    We had the honor and privilege to interview one of my favorite scholars and theologians – Douglas Campbell. Campbell’s work is brilliant and life giving, challenging and liberating, while remaining extremely complex. For Campbell’s biography see here.  We would whole heartily recommend reading his books – see here.  1) How do you understand the […]

A Letter From Uncle Screwball

A Letter From Uncle Screwball   Dear Gibbons, I hope this finds you well. I have heard of your patient’s study habits and his love of history. I would remind you to continue to enforce the ugliness of his Churches history, let him see the brutality of men. This should take his eyes off our […]

Joshua Jipp Interview: Christ is King, Paul’s Royal Ideology

Joshua Jipp Interview: Christ is King, Paul’s Royal Ideology    We had the honor and privilege of interviewing Dr. Jipp on his latest book “Christ is King: Paul’s Royal Ideology,” Published by Fortresspress, For his Biography see here. 1) What made you write Christ is king, Paul’s royal ideology? How long did it take you to write this beautiful […]

E.P. Sanders – Paul: The Apostles life, Letters, and Thought.

E.P. Sanders – Paul: The Apostles life, Letters, and Thought   E.P. Sanders needs no introduction, he has written extensively on Judaism (second temple/1st century) contributing to New Testament studies while radically redefining the field. Many are familiar with his game-changing book, “Paul and Palestinian Judaism.” This book shifted New Testament studies, launching a host […]

Douglas Campbell Review. Deliverance, Liberation, Freedom, Apocalyptic, Christology, Participation.

Douglas Campbell Review. Deliverance, Liberation, Freedom, Apocalyptic, Christology, Participation. “This much is certain, that we have no theological right to set any sort of limits to the loving-kindness of God which has appeared in Jesus Christ. Our theological duty is to see and understand it as being still greater than we had seen before.” ― Karl […]

Book Review: “We The People” Israel and the Catholicity of Jesus

Book Review: “We The People” Israel and the Catholicity of Jesus   Tommy Givens has written a masterful book on God and His people, while dismantling people’s perception of who the true people are as opposed to the false people. “We the people” is a charitable rebuke against personhood and what defines personhood (election). Givens […]

Current Interest: The Septuagint

Current Interest: The Septuagint     Definition The Septuagint is the name of the ancient Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible also known as the LXX. The Hebrew Bible, translated into the Greek language, with a Latin title. Certainly, the Septuagint is a testimony to the religious, cultural, and political background of the world surrounding the […]

Human Faith and God’s Faithfulness

Human Faith and God’s Faithfulness    “Leap of faith – yes, but only after reflection” ― Søren Kierkegaard “There is meaning in every journey that is unknown to the traveler” ― Dietrich Bonhoeffer Faith is the act of trusting God, even when we cannot see or understand exactly what this may mean for our lives […]

Interview: John M.G. Barclay

Interview: John M.G. Barclay   We had the privilege and honor to briefly share an exchange with John Barclay. John Barclay is Lightfoot Professor of Divinity at Durham University. We would highly recommend reading and checking out Barclay’s latest book “Paul and the Gift.” We Hope that you guys would be blessed and encouraged to dive […]

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